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Old 02-03-2013, 02:00 AM
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I don't believe he'd take a guy who took Marquardt into pretty deep waters lightly...but he definitely got caught with that leaping punch!
I saw that you and a few others picked Woodley, I am just not at all familiar with him.
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Old 02-03-2013, 02:09 AM
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Gleison Tibau vs. Evan Dunham

Round 1:
Yves Lavigne is the ref for this final undercard bout. After a quiet first minute, there's a wild exchange. Tibau's more active. He gets a takedown, has a standing guillotine, takes it to the mat, but Dunham escapes. He's not out of trouble, though. Tibau with a front facelock. He stands, still holding it. Dunham gets to his feet. They clinch, Tibau with his back to the fence. They reset in the center with two minutes left. Tibau's frenetic early pace has slowed. They're clinched along the fence again, switching position several times. They trade knees as the round ends.

Round 2:
Slower pace in round two. Dunham throwing two-punch combos. Dunham with a takedown, but Tibau's right back up. Dunham bodylocks Tibau. Tibau hasn't been able to outmuscle Dunham. Dunham shoots for a takedown, doesn't get this one. Dunham throwing more punches, but isn't connecting with anything or note.

Round 3:
Tibau shoots for an early takedown, Dunham tries to pull guard and cinch a guillotine, but doesn't get it. Back standing, one minute in. Dunham makes a half-hearted takedown attempt but doesn't get it. Tries again, same result. Tibau mainly countering. A brief scrum along the fence, they break, and Dunham lands an uppercut. Tibau neutralized a takedown attempt, they clinch, and Dunha, lands one knee, then lands another off the break. Dunham connects with a right, Tibau's punches mostly hitting air. Final minute. Dunham lands a big knee late and another, which probably seals the fight.

Evan Dunham def. Gleison Tibau via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).
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Old 02-03-2013, 02:48 AM
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Joseph Benavidez vs. Ian McCall

Round 1:
Referee Steve Mazzagatti oversees the action. McCall ties Benavidez up against the fence, cracking him with a shot out of the break. McCall eats a kick to the lead leg and answers with a counter. Big body kick lands for McCall. Benavidez stalks forward then finds his mark with a combination. Stiff counter left hook clips McCall, and a wide smile spreads across his face. Low blow by Benavidez. McCall shakes it off and we're back. Another hard counter staggers McCall back. Both fighters trade flurries. McCall blocks a head kick then misses with a wild counter. Hard knee from McCall connects on Benavidez's chest. Benavidez barely slips a looping punch. Blood trickles down Benavidez's forehead as the round comes to a close.

Round 2:
McCall bouncing on his heels. Benavidez cracks him with a loud kick to the body. Front kick misses for McCall. Benavidez charges forward and misses wildly. McCall connects with a kick on Benavidez's lead leg. Benavidez pushes McCall back with a salvo. McCall starts giggling while in the clinch, his back pressed against the cage. Benavidez backs out but promptly eats a stiff jab. Head kick misses for Benavidez. McCall ducks under a takedown then briefly seizes Benavidez's back. McCall advances to mount in the ensuing scramble, before working to Benavidez's back. Benavidez stands but McCall is still draped on him. Uncle Creepy might have won the round with that late push.

Round 3:
Final round and both me still look fresh. Benavidez immediately staggers McCall with a crushing right hand. McCall regains his bearings quickly and smiles. Benavidez presses forward with a body kick. Benavidez drops McCall briefly as both men kick simultaneously, but it looked like a slip. McCall ducks under a wild right. Good kick to the body by Benavidez. McCall nods in agreement. McCall changes levels and gets the takedown. Benavidez scrambles then quickly retakes his feet. 90 seconds to go and this could be anyone's round. Benavidez connects with an inside leg kick. McCall swings wildly and misses. Benavidez slaps a kick across McCall's body. McCall answers with a right hand. One last exchange closes out the fight.

UFC 156 results: Joseph Benavidez def. Ian McCall via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
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Fitch just got out-Fitched by Demian Maia, lol.
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Old 02-03-2013, 03:20 AM
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Jon Fitch vs. Demian Maia

Round 1:
Kim Winslow is the referee in charge. Maia immediately drops levels and drags Fitch to the mat. Maia swings onto Fitch's back. Fitch stands, wearing a Maia backpack with an arm trying to sink under his neck. Maia staying patient, looking for his hooks. The Brazilian crowd in attendance erupts in support of their countryman. Fitch content to slowly pry Maia's arms away from his neck. Fitch grabs wrist control on Maia's left arm. Maia gives up and falls back to his feet. Maia drags Fitch back onto the ground. Fitch stands, and after a blatant fence grab, finds himself back on the mat. Maia clinging to Fitch's back with a body triangle clenched around his stomach. Maia is in complete control here.

Round 2:
Fitch agressive early, misses with a wild knee. Hard left hand cracks Fitch on the jaw. Maia ducks under a straight punch and wrestles Fitch to the mat. It's short lived, as Fitch retakes his feet in the ensuing scramble. Maia ties up and works Fitch to the ground, seizing Fitch's back. Maia looks to slither an arm under Fitch's neck. He sinks one in. Fitch is in trouble. Maia with a body triangle locked around Fitch. Fitch muscles out of the choke, but he's still in bad shape. Maia patiently creeping arms around Fitch's throat, with Fitch peeling them off in workmanlike fashion. Fitch tries to spin out but fails. Maia still hunting for the choke as the horn sounds.

Round 3:
"F--k all the technique," Bob Cook shouts from Fitch's corner, urging his fighter to bring out the "junkyard dog." Fitch quickly nails Maia with an inside leg kick, but Maia uses the opportunity to clinch up. Maia working for a takedown against the fence. Maia takes Fitch's back, and in no time at all we're back where we've been for the past two rounds, with Fitch on the floor and Maia hooked onto his back. Fitch rolls but nothing gives. Fitch claws his way up, only to have Maia immediately shoot back in. Fitch grasps for a guillotine. Maia is suddenly on the defensive. Fitch unloads a big shot from top position. Maia scrambles to his feet, and once again, finds himself latched onto Fitch's back. Fitch stays patient and eventually frees up. He can't mount any offense though, as Maia wastes little time taking him down. Maia works to Fitch's back, and Fitch throws his arm up in frustration. Maia advances to mount as the round comes to a close. Fun fight. Dominant fight.

Demian Maia def. Jon Fitch via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
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Fitch just got out-Fitched by Demian Maia, lol.
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WOW!!! Silva totally jacked Overeem UPPP!!! He crumbled! Labeled a TKO though but wow...Overeem was still to keep his hands dropped and disrespectful of Silva.
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Alistair Overeem vs. Bigfoot Silva

Round 1:
Referee Herb Dean is the man in charge. Silva tosses out a lead leg kick. Overeem lunges forward with a jab. Overeem ties up and unloads a knee to the body. Silva circles out. Jab-uppercut combination misses for Overeem. Big right hand connects on Silva's jaw. Overeem clinches, working short knees against the fence. Silva muscles out. Overeem feigns a few takedowns. Silva misses with a wild head kick. Back against the fence, Overeem in control. Overeem backs up, hands down, chin up, showing complete disregard for Silva. Hard knee to the body finds a home on Bigfoot's midsection. Overeem cracks Silva with a leg kick, Silva answers in kind. Overeem muscles Silva against the cage. More Overeem knees from the clinch. Silva ducks under a spinning back kick. Overeem cracks Silva with a counter uppercut.

Round 2:
Bigfoot opens with a leg kick, Overeem answers with a stiff jab. Overeem clinches then tosses Silva to the mat, landing in side control. Big elbow lands for Silva from the bottom. Overeem postures up, lands a hard shot, then works the body with short hooks inside Silva's guard. Silva kicks Overeem off, but Overeem closes the distance and lunges back into Silva's guard. Huge hammerfist crashes into Silva's skull. Overeem postures up and lands a short right hook. Overeem unloads a flurry. Silva tries to scramble out but Overeem stifles him. Overeem stands, and Herb Dean allows Silva to stand. Silva connects with a hard uppercut, followed by a knee. Overeem on wobbly legs but the horn sounds.

Round 3:
Both fighters look for a takedown early. Silva launches a huge kick into directly into the jaw of Overeem. Oh wow, Overeem is in trouble. Silva swarms. Overeem trying to fire back. Silva lunges forward with a right hand, and another. Huge salvo of uppercuts! Overeem is out on his feet. Another right hand and Overeem plummets to the canvas. Herb Dean jumps in to pry Silva off. Silva rushes back to Overeem, standing over his foe and yelling loudly. Crazy finish here in Las Vegas.

UFC 156 results: Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva def. Alistair Overeem via TKO (strikes) at 0:25 or round 3.

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Rashad Evans vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira

Round 1:
Referee Yves Lavigne is in charge of the action. Evans paws out his jab. Leg kick slaps on Nogueira's lead leg. Evans stalking forward, but neither fighter willing to engage thus far. The crowd voices its disapproval. Head kick from Evans is blocked. Evans tosses out a front kick. Nogueira finds a home for his straight left. And another. Evans staggers Nogueira with a looping right hand but doesn't follow. Not a lot of action in this round. On cue, Evans drops levels and muscles Nogueira to the mat. Nogueira quickly scrambles out. Evans lands a stiff straight right.

Round 2:
Evans again pawing out his jab. Nogueira clips him with a straight left. Evans slips a combination and presses forward. Evans lunges in with a pair of right hooks. Evans briefly looks to change levels, then thinks better of it. Evans and Nogueira continually catching each other's jabs in a strange dance of cautiousness. Nogueira stuffs a takedown then blasts Evans with a combination. Evans tries to answer back but misses. Nogueira blocks a high kick. Uneventful round.

Round 3:
Evans whizzes a right hand past Nogueira. Evans eats a jab. Nogueira circles away. The crowd is growing extremely restless at the lack of action. Nogueira finds a home for a stiff jab. Both fighters trade flurries. Evans accidentally pokes Nogueira in the right eye. The cageside doctor deems Nogueira fit to continue, and we're back. Evans blocks a high kick. Evans charges in and misses a right hand. This fight is completely up for grabs as the boos continue to rain down. Nogueira eats a jab. Evans changes levels for a single but can't get it. Nogueira nearly connects with a knee to the body. Pair of looping rights miss for Evans. Nogueira clinches up and unloads a few knees. One last exchange closes out the fight. Scores could be all over the board for this one.

Antonio Rogerio Nogueira def. Rashad Evans via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Another surprise, this one.
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Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar

Round 1:
Steve Mazagatti is our referee for this featherweight title fight. Edgar fires off first, connecting with a leg kick. Aldo answers with a snapping kick to the body. Stiff jab lands for Aldo. Edgar pumps his jab. Inside leg kick lands for Edgar. Aldo finds a home for his jab. And again. Straight from Aldo backs up Edgar. Edgar eats another series of jabs. Edgar presses forward with a combination but Aldo dodges everything. Chants of "AL-DO! AL-DO!" rain down from the crowd. Chants of "FRANKIE! FRANKIE!" answer them back. Aldo connects with a looping shot off his back foot. Huge leg kick cracks into Edgar. And another. Edgar tosses out a front kick. Aldo responds with a head kick that barely misses. Blood is leaking from Edgar's nose.

Round 2:
Aldo answers the bell with a wide smile draped across his face. Edgar fires off a salvo inside the pocket. Aldo slips most of the shots and answers with a straight counter. Edgar launches a kick into Aldo's lead leg. Aldo again finds a home for his jab during an exchange. Edgar shoots for a takedown but its stuffed. Massive leg kick stumbles Edgar. Another one lands, evoking memories of Faber-Aldo. Edgar's lead leg is badly battered already. Another one. Aldo is grinning. Edgar presses forward. Wild flying knee misses for Aldo. Edgar clinches, then releases and misses a high kick. Edgar connects with a right, catches a kick and slams Aldo to the mat. Aldo quickly leaps back to his feet. Edgar eats a pair of stiff jabs.

Round 3:
Edgar immediately catches a kick, but fails to drags Aldo to the mat. Incredible takedown defense from the champ. Edgar starting to open up with his strikes. Aldo fires off a right hand. Huge kick crushes into Edgar's jaw. Somehow Edgar is unfazed. Edgar continues to paw out his jab. Aldo eats a few short shots then misses a counter. Edgar finds a home for a stinging leg kick. And another. Aldo noticeably less aggressive this round. Edgar pressures forward with a pair of flush combinations. Aldo answers with a leg kick. Edgar changes levels but Aldo shrugs off the takedown like it's nothing. Edgar again attacks the inside leg of Aldo. Kick to the midsection lands for Edgar.

Round 4:
Edgar still light on his feet, stalks forward, catching Aldo with a pair of leg kicks. Spinning back kick crunches into Edgar's midsection. Aldo blocks a head kick. Another exchange but nothing lands flush. Edgar pumps his jab. Edgar charges in for a takedown. Aldo shakes it off but eats a few punches in the process. Edgar's face is bruised, nose busted open, but he's relentless. Edgar connects with a counter uppercut. Edgar closes the distance and successfully slams Aldo to the mat. Aldo jumps to his feet but Edgar has his back. Edgar working short knees. Edgar separates and circles out. Edgar scores with a leg kick. Jumping knee misses wildly for Aldo. Chants of "U! S! A!" rain down from the crowd.

Round 5:
And this it. Both fighters touch gloves. Edgar tosses out a high kick that is blocked. Aldo pumps his jab. Edgar pressures forward, connecting with a straight left followed by a leg kick. Aldo misses another wild flying knee. Edgar grasps for a single but Aldo wants none of it. Spinning back kick lands for Edgar. Aldo slips a punch and clips Edgar with a short left. Edgar ties up then catches Aldo with a shot out of the break. Edgar finds a home for a pair of kicks to Aldo's lead leg. Edgar undoubtedly the aggressor this round. Aldo eats a combination. The crowd swells sensing the change in momentum. Inside leg kick connects for Edgar. Aldo briefly stuns Edgar with a counter right hand. Edgar fires back with a flurry. And another. Aldo leaps out of the way of a leg kick and smiles. Edgar tags Aldo with a straight right. Aldo rockets off the cage and launches a shot into Edgar's jaw. Great fight. Could come down to that third round.

Jose Aldo def. Frankie Edgar via unanimous decision (49-46, 49-46, 48-47) to retain UFC featherweight title
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